Manchester United, reinstated from their European escape act, face a tough test against bitter rivals Liverpool in a crucial clash in the Premier League title race this weekend.
Shaken by the injuries of Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner, Chelsea need to challenge their underdogs when the hosts host Norwich.
Following the exit of Steve Bruce this week, Newcastle headed to Crystal Palace to find their first win since the club’s blockbuster takeover.
On the brink of a devastating Champions League defeat against Atlanta on Wednesday, Manchester United fought hard to ease the pressure on boss Ole Gunnar Solskjیرr.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s winner limited United’s two-goal recovery, ensuring they escaped a fifth defeat in eight games.
But the joy and relief that came from Old Trafford after the 3-2 victory will return to the earlier rage and anger in the match if they face their old enemy Liverpool on Sunday.
United are already four points behind second-placed Liverpool after failing to win their first three league matches, and Jurgen Klopp’s another slip against Formside a major blow to his bid for the first English title since 2013. Will be.
Just days after conceding to United, the “stupid” were conceding shots to their feet, while French midfielder Paul Pogba believes his team’s encouraging growth against Atlanta is good for the rest of the season. ۔
“We showed the big role of this club, the role of this team,” Pogba said.
“It was a great result even if we didn’t make a good start. In the end, we got the result we wanted. You can feel the confidence and positive energy only on the pitch.”
There is a serious threat to Liverpool United’s enthusiastic mood and they travel to Manchester after scoring three or more goals in seven rounds in all competitions this term.
He is unbeaten since April, his longest run after a 24-match unbeaten streak of 21 matches from January to May 1989.
Spanish champions Atletico Madrid lost on Tuesday, yet the club are not convinced that Liverpool are still at their best.
“We are not confident enough to be honest. We know our struggles, we know our problems but we often try to ignore them,” he said.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tachel will hope that their cries, along with those of Kai Hawartz and Colm Hudson Odoi, will have the desired effect after injuring Romulo Lukaku and Timo Werner.
Belgian striker Lukaku signed Chelsea’s club record, and Germany forward Werner was ruled out of the midweek win over Malm with ankle and hamstring problems, respectively.
Tachel expects the pair to miss several matches, so the spotlight will be on Hawartz and Hudson Audwey when they reach Norwich without a win at Stamford Bridge.
The pair combined well to score for Hawartz against Malm اور and Tochel: “It’s always important for our players to prove it, so I’ll tell them, prove it now.
“Everyone is invited to race for a minute on the pitch. And when they have the minutes, they need to be hungry, to be decisive in the box.”
The Newcastle soap opera never has a faint moment and, while this week’s latest plot twist پریش the inevitable dismissal of troubled boss Steve Bruce سے was a difficult moment, Magpies must watch TV right now.
Bruce left by “mutual consent” after the 1,000th match of his managerial career – Newcastle’s first under their new owners – losing 3-2 to Tottenham last weekend.
After a takeover by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund, Newcastle are now one of the richest clubs in the world and second without a win this season.
Bruce’s assistant Graeme Jones will take charge of the palace, but Newcastle’s high-profile director Amanda Steveli is looking for a permanent successor.
Former Roma boss Palo Fonseca has reportedly spoken to Newcastle, while a host of other high-profile names have also been added.
For now, Newcastle desperately needs a victory to start its fight to avoid what would be a catastrophic relationship.